Schools to reopen with 'equity' in mind.
COVID-19 hospitalizations are predicted to decline.
COVID-19 still widespread in Oakland, Alameda County.
COVID-19 cases surged in Oakland in December 2020.
Temporary closures and restrictions will help slow the spread of COVID-19 and keep hospitals functioning, officials say.
Oakland has surpassed 10,000 COVID-19 cases. According to the Alameda County Public Health Department, Oakland has 10,175 coronavirus cases. The County has 27,485. Statewide there have been 1.2 million cases and over 18,000 deaths. Countywide,[Read more]
The surge in COVID-19 cases could lead to increase hospitalizations and overwhelm the health system.
Hospitals, clinics could be overwhelmed by a COVID-19 surge during flu season.
New cases of COVID-19 in Alameda County seem to be slowing down after spiking multiple times this summer. As of this weekend, Alameda County has 22,149 COVID-19 cases. Oakland has 8,671 coronavirus cases. In Alameda[Read more]
An Oakland events space is being criticized for remaining open and serving groups hardest hit by the pandemic.